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Diwali - Festival of Lights


Diwali, also known as the Festival of Lights, is one of the most popular Hindu festivals. The festival preparations and rituals typically extend over a five-day period, but the main festival night of ... Read more »

Updated information for Reading Recovery in 2018


We have updated information on NZC Online for Reading Recovery in 2018. ... Read more »

NEW! Oral Language Resources


  Oral Language Resources The Ministry has developed resources to support Oral Language Awareness and learning for parents, schools and Early Childhood Centres.The resources include two posters for schools and Early Childhood Centres ... Read more »

Tuvalu Language Week from 1 October 2017


This year Tuvalu Language Week will be held from 1 October to 7 October 2017.Tuvalu Language Week provides the opportunity to celebrate and nurture the language and culture of Tuvalu in your ... Read more »

Te wiki o te reo Māori - Māori Language Week.


This week is Te wiki o te reo Māori - Māori Language Week.Celebrate Māori Language Week with the NZC Online resource page offering ideas, links, and stories to help schools engage with their ... Read more »

New report available on teaching writing and student achievement


What does an effective teacher of writing do that makes a difference to student achievement?In this article, based on an 18-month study of effective writing instruction amongst Year 5 to 8 students, ... Read more »

2017 International Institute of Modern Letters’ national schools poetry competition winner announced


The winner and the nine finalists of the International Institute of Modern Letters’ Poetry Award have been announced. Congratulations to Zora Patrick, who had the winning entry with her poem "Dampening".See all the ... Read more »

Nationwide speech competition “What does Waitangi Day mean to me?”


A nationwide speech competition has been announced by Waitangi Treaty Grounds for Year 11 students. The theme for the speech competition is: “What does Waitangi Day mean to me?”Entry to the competition ... Read more »

The Elsie Locke Writing Prize winner announced


The Elsie Locke Writing Prize 2017 COMPETITIONThe winning entry for this year’s competition was The Moa by Lucy Buchanan from Matamata Intermediate School.  Our warmest congratulations to her.Lucy’s story will be published in the October School Journal and should ... Read more »

August School Journals are now online


The latest School Journals are online now: Level 2 Level 3 ... Read more »